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that can be done to strengthen gun laws. but outright banning the sale of certain weapons is not going to solve any problems. those weapons are still on the street. what you want to do is keep them out of the hands of criminals. >> reporter: that gun show started today. it goes for the next couple of days. as you can see it is a pretty big event. in chantilly, virginia, debra alfarone, 9news. >> educators from all over the state of utah gathered in one room all wondering if a gun in a classroom might be a good idea. the utah shooting sports council and op gary provided a free concealed weapons course. they think it might be a game change tore keep kids safe. >> they say not to fight fire with fire, but i'm thinking that might be a good thing. >> when the gunman comes into the classroom, they have that one extra option of besides diving in front of the kids, and taking the bullet. >> a couple of teachers said they attended the meeting just to toy with the idea. they're not sure they're completely ready to arm themselves just yet. >>> one furry sea lion might be called the neil armstrong
sign it into law. randall pinkston, cbs news, washington. >> that process could take a couple of days but lawmakers say it could be made retroactive but no matter what kind of deal is made, your paycheck will likely shrink in 2013. jessica doyle with more on that part of the story. >> reporter: whether or not you think congress can pull off some sort of fiscal cliff compromise before major economic fallout sets in, there's one thing you need to be prepared for, for many of you, your paycheck will go down in the new year. here's why. the payroll tax was cut by two percentage points over the last two years to give the economy a little nudge. experts say that tax holiday is coming to an end and the small tax break adds up big over the course of a year. the center on budget and policy priorities says it's about $100 billion that will come out of our paychecks and go to the tax man. goldman sachs says that ending the tax holiday would shave 0.6 percentage points off economic growth next year which is not predicted to be all that strong anyway and here's the impact on you. let's say you mak
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